Flatland Farm, LLC was established in 2001. We raise registered Scottish Highland Cattle, and Champagne D’Argent and Crème D’Argent rabbits, and free range laying hens. Our cattle are 100% grass fed. We do not feed additional protein of any sort. We feed a free-choice loose mineral. They are on pasture as much as possible in the spring/summer/fall and receive high quality grass hay when grass is not available. Our rabbits are fed whole oats and alfalfa hay. The chickens are fed non-GMO chicken feed.

We sell the highlands as breeding stock and we sell our beef by the quarters or halves when we have them available. We also have hides and skulls available. We sell rabbits as breeding stock, or as meat rabbits which can be ordered ahead of time. We also sell free range farm-fresh eggs.

We try to do things as naturally as possible on the farm. We do not use unnecessary chemicals for vegetation control or on our animals. We use Spalding Fly Predators (natural, safe wasps that parasitize fly pupae) and the chickens to help control flies, and have recently added an all-natural flyrepellent to our pest control.  We compost the manure that collects when the animals are not on pasture to use on our pastures and garden.

We feel it is important to share what we have with others who may not have the opportunity to live on a farm and understand the importance of knowing where their food comes from. We hope to add a few hogs at some point in the future. We work with kids when we have the opportunity, to allow them to experience being around the different animals we have. Some come out regularly, others may only get to come out once or twice. But we hope that we are able to allow them an experience they won’t soon forget.



Please visit the rest of our pages to find out more about our philosophy and activities here at the farm. We hope you enjoy your visit!

  • For more information on our farming activities and the animals we raise please see the "About Flatland Farm" section

 

  • To see where you can meet breeders of Scottish Highlands or rabbits, please see the "Events" page

 

  • To see what is currently for sale, please visit the "For Sale" page

 

  • To see what is going on at the farm, check out the "Farm Blog

 

  • To meet our animals in our fold, check out the "Our Fold" page

 

  • To lean more about Scottish Highland Cattle and owning them, check out our Tip Sheets!     

 

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Farm Updates

 3/13/13

Cami had her calf on 3/12. A white bull calf. Both are doing well!

1/24/13

Chester is settling in great. Here is a photo of Chester with my Dad last weekend. He was 8 weeks old in this photo.

1/13/13

New puppy came home today! 7 week old Burnese Mountain Dog. He and Bailey are getting along just fine - if you call Bailey obesessing over him OK!

1/10/13

The site is slowly coming together!  Check out the "Our Fold" page under Scottish Highland Cattle.  More additions coming soon.

 

1/6/2013

Here is our new website!!  Much of the content is the same, but I have made some much needed updates!!

 

10/1/2012

Aila had a 79 pound black bull calf today.  He was out in the pen with Aila running around in the grass when I got home from work.